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SubjectRe: [RFC-v2 02/12] iscsi-target: Add primary iSCSI request/response state machine logic
> +#include <linux/moduleparam.h>

There's no module paramater in this file, and most others.

> +#include <linux/version.h>
> +#include <generated/utsrelease.h>
> +#include <linux/utsname.h>

You keep including these headers a lot, and I still don't understand why. Even
if we need to expose data from it it should be done once in the core and not
all over the code.

> +#include <linux/kmod.h>

I can't find any calls to request_module* or call_usermodehelper* in
the whole patch.

It seems like there's a lot of boilerplate includes cut&pasted all over,
which need a review.

> +struct kmem_cache *lio_sess_cache;
> +struct kmem_cache *lio_conn_cache;
> +struct kmem_cache *lio_qr_cache;
> +struct kmem_cache *lio_dr_cache;
> +struct kmem_cache *lio_ooo_cache;
> +struct kmem_cache *lio_r2t_cache;
> +struct kmem_cache *lio_tpg_cache;

Please don't bother with slan caches for long living objects.

> +static void iscsi_rx_thread_wait_for_TCP(struct iscsi_conn *);

s/TCP/tcp/ please.

> +void core_put_tiqn_for_login(struct iscsi_tiqn *tiqn)
> +{
> + spin_lock(&tiqn->tiqn_state_lock);
> + atomic_dec(&tiqn->tiqn_access_count);
> + spin_unlock(&tiqn->tiqn_state_lock);
> + return;

no need for the return here. Also what's the point of making tiqn_access_count
if you take a spinlock around all it's modifications?

> + if (!(strcmp(tiqn->tiqn, buf))) {

Please remove all pointless braces around a statement that's beeing negated.

> +int __core_del_tiqn(struct iscsi_tiqn *tiqn)
> +{
> + iscsi_disable_tpgs(tiqn);
> + iscsi_remove_tpgs(tiqn);
> +
> + spin_lock(&iscsi_global->tiqn_lock);
> + list_del(&tiqn->tiqn_list);
> + spin_unlock(&iscsi_global->tiqn_lock);
> +
> + printk(KERN_INFO "CORE[0] - Deleted iSCSI Target IQN: %s\n",
> + tiqn->tiqn);
> + kfree(tiqn);
> +
> + return 0;

Why bother with a return value here?

> +void *core_get_np_ip(struct iscsi_np *np)
> +{
> + return (np->np_flags & NPF_NET_IPV6) ?
> + (void *)&np->np_ipv6[0] :
> + (void *)&np->np_ipv4;
> +}

I'd rather abstract this into a proper helper together with the memcmp
in it's caller than returning the type-unsafe void and requiring the caller to
use the right size for the comparism.

> +void *core_get_np_ex_ip(struct iscsi_np_ex *np_ex)
> +{
> + return (np_ex->np_ex_net_size == IPV6_ADDRESS_SPACE) ?
> + (void *)&np_ex->np_ex_ipv6 :
> + (void *)&np_ex->np_ex_ipv4;
> +}

Same here.

> +int core_reset_np_thread(

core_ is not a very good name for a non-static symbol.

IMHO the whole iscsi target should have a unique prefix for all symbols like
iscsit_

> + if (np->np_thread_state == ISCSI_NP_THREAD_INACTIVE) {
> + spin_unlock_bh(&np->np_thread_lock);
> + return 0;
> + }
> +
> + np->np_thread_state = ISCSI_NP_THREAD_RESET;
> + if (shutdown)
> + atomic_set(&np->np_shutdown, 1);
> +
> + if (np->np_thread) {
> + spin_unlock_bh(&np->np_thread_lock);
> + send_sig(SIGKILL, np->np_thread, 1);
> + down(&np->np_restart_sem);
> + spin_lock_bh(&np->np_thread_lock);
> + }
> + spin_unlock_bh(&np->np_thread_lock);

Please replace this and all the grotty state related code in
iscsi_target_login_thread with proper use of the kthread API.

That is:

- kill off iscsi_daemon and the whole mess around it, kthread_create/run do
properly set up a thread
- kill np_start_sem, kthread_run guarantees that the thread had a chance to
run before we return to the caller
- remove the pointless flush_signals
- kill the whole np_thread_state state machine. Just store a pointer
to the thread in the np structure, protected by a sleeping lock that
prevents multiple callers from racing to start/stop the thread.
- maybe restructure iscsi_target_login_thread into helpers doing the actual
work, and the thread glue around it to actually make it readable.

> +int core_del_np_comm(struct iscsi_np *np)
> +{
> + if (!np->np_socket)
> + return 0;
> +
> + /*
> + * Some network transports set their own FILEIO, see
> + * if we need to free any additional allocated resources.
> + */

What is this comment supposed to mean?

> + * Allocate a new row index for the entry type specified
> + */
> +u32 iscsi_get_new_index(iscsi_index_t type)
> +{
> + u32 new_index;
> +
> + if ((type < 0) || (type >= INDEX_TYPE_MAX)) {
> + printk(KERN_ERR "Invalid index type %d\n", type);
> + return -1;
> + }
> +
> + spin_lock(&iscsi_index_table.lock);
> + new_index = ++iscsi_index_table.iscsi_mib_index[type];
> + if (new_index == 0)
> + new_index = ++iscsi_index_table.iscsi_mib_index[type];
> + spin_unlock(&iscsi_index_table.lock);
> +
> + return new_index;
> +}

Can't you just use the core idr code for generating indices?

> +static int init_iscsi_global(struct iscsi_global *global)
> +{
> + memset(global, 0, sizeof(struct iscsi_global));

No need to memset a global structure.

> + sema_init(&global->auth_sem, 1);
> + sema_init(&global->auth_id_sem, 1);

Please avoid new semaphores if possible at all. auth_sem seems to be unused so
could just be removed, and auth_id_sem could be replaced with a mutex,
or even better a spinlock or an atomic type for the auth_id field.

> + spin_lock_init(&global->check_thread_lock);

unused.

> + spin_lock_init(&global->discovery_lock);

unused.

> + spin_lock_init(&global->login_thread_lock);

unused.

> + spin_lock_init(&global->g_tpg_lock);
> + INIT_LIST_HEAD(&global->g_tiqn_list);
> + INIT_LIST_HEAD(&global->g_tpg_list);
> + INIT_LIST_HEAD(&global->g_np_list);
> + INIT_LIST_HEAD(&global->active_ts_list);
> + INIT_LIST_HEAD(&global->inactive_ts_list);

Please just make these things normal global-scope variables. That'll allow to
initialize them at compile time, too.

> + * 0) Allocates and initializes the struct iscsi_global structure.
> + * 1) Registers the character device for the IOCTL.
> + * 2) Registers /proc filesystem entries.
> + * 3) Creates a lookaside cache entry for the struct iscsi_cmd and
> + * struct iscsi_conn structures.
> + * 4) Allocates threads to handle login requests.
> + * 5) Allocates thread_sets for the thread_set queue.
> + * 6) Creates the default list of iSCSI parameters.
> + * 7) Create server socket and spawn iscsi_target_server_thread to
> + * accept connections.
> + *
> + * Parameters: Nothing.
> + * Returns: 0 on success, -1 on error.

Don't bother describe what a function does unless it's totally non-obvious,
which it certainly isn't here.

> + lio_cmd_cache = NULL;
> + lio_sess_cache = NULL;
> + lio_conn_cache = NULL;
> + lio_qr_cache = NULL;
> + lio_dr_cache = NULL;
> + lio_ooo_cache = NULL;
> + lio_r2t_cache = NULL;
> + lio_tpg_cache = NULL;

The compiler zeroes out all these.

> + iscsi_target_register_configfs();
> + iscsi_thread_set_init();

These looks like they could return errors?

> +out:
> + if (lio_cmd_cache)
> + kmem_cache_destroy(lio_cmd_cache);
> + if (lio_sess_cache)
> + kmem_cache_destroy(lio_sess_cache);
> + if (lio_conn_cache)
> + kmem_cache_destroy(lio_conn_cache);
> + if (lio_qr_cache)
> + kmem_cache_destroy(lio_qr_cache);
> + if (lio_dr_cache)
> + kmem_cache_destroy(lio_dr_cache);
> + if (lio_ooo_cache)
> + kmem_cache_destroy(lio_ooo_cache);

please use proper unwinding with one goto label per ressource that needs
unwinding.

> +static int iscsi_target_release(void)
> +{
> + int ret = 0;
> +
> + if (!iscsi_global)
> + return ret;

How could this happen?

> +/* iscsi_add_reject_from_cmd():
> + *
> + *
> + */

comments wit just the function name in them are utterly useless.

> + memset((void *)&map_sg, 0, sizeof(struct se_map_sg));
> + memset((void *)&unmap_sg, 0, sizeof(struct se_unmap_sg));

There is no need to cast the first argument to memset.

> + {
> + struct iscsi_tiqn *tiqn = iscsi_snmp_get_tiqn(conn);
> +
> + if (tiqn) {
> + spin_lock(&tiqn->logout_stats.lock);
> + if (reason_code == ISCSI_LOGOUT_REASON_CLOSE_SESSION)
> + tiqn->logout_stats.normal_logouts++;
> + else
> + tiqn->logout_stats.abnormal_logouts++;
> + spin_unlock(&tiqn->logout_stats.lock);
> + }
> + }

something bad happened to the indentation here.

> + {
> + char name[20];
> +
> + memset(name, 0, 20);
> + sprintf(name, "%s/%u", ISCSI_TX_THREAD_NAME, ts->thread_id);
> + iscsi_daemon(ts->tx_thread, name, SHUTDOWN_SIGS);
> + }

The thread handling comment for the login thread applies here as well.

> + char name[20];
> +
> + memset(name, 0, 20);
> + sprintf(name, "%s/%u", ISCSI_RX_THREAD_NAME, ts->thread_id);
> + iscsi_daemon(ts->rx_thread, name, SHUTDOWN_SIGS);

And here.

> +static int __init iscsi_target_init_module(void)
> +{
> + if (!(iscsi_target_detect()))
> + return 0;
> +
> + return -1;
> +}
> +
> +static void __exit iscsi_target_cleanup_module(void)
> +{
> + iscsi_target_release();
> +}

Please merge iscsi_target_detect into iscsi_target_init_module
and iscsi_target_release into iscsi_target_cleanup_module.

> +#ifdef MODULE
> +MODULE_DESCRIPTION("LIO Target Driver Core 4.x.x Release");
> +MODULE_LICENSE("GPL");
> +module_init(iscsi_target_init_module);
> +module_exit(iscsi_target_cleanup_module);
> +#endif /* MODULE */

No need for the #idef MODULE here.
Also a MODULE_AUTHOR line would be useful.

> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/drivers/target/iscsi/iscsi_target.h

> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/drivers/target/iscsi/iscsi_target_core.h

What is the logical split between iscsi_target.h and iscsi_target_core.h?

> +#define MOD_TIMER(t, exp) mod_timer(t, (get_jiffies_64() + exp * HZ))
> +#define SETUP_TIMER(timer, t, d, func) \
> + timer.expires = (get_jiffies_64() + t * HZ); \
> + timer.data = (unsigned long) d; \
> + timer.function = func;

Please remove these.

> +#define CONN(cmd) ((struct iscsi_conn *)(cmd)->conn)
> +#define CONN_OPS(conn) ((struct iscsi_conn_ops *)(conn)->conn_ops)

There really shouldn't be any need for these macros.


> +#define SESS(conn) ((struct iscsi_session *)(conn)->sess)
> +#define SESS_OPS(sess) ((struct iscsi_sess_ops *)(sess)->sess_ops)
> +#define SESS_OPS_C(conn) ((struct iscsi_sess_ops *)(conn)->sess->sess_ops)
> +#define SESS_NODE_ACL(sess) ((struct se_node_acl *)(sess)->se_sess->se_node_acl)

Same here.



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